Sony announced its new VAIO lineup with the latest Intel Ivy bridge processors, and with the T series, the Japanese manufacturer is officially entering the Ultrabook market in the US.
The Sony VAIO T has been announced a month earlier in Europe, so the specifications will be no news.

Powered by a 3rd gen Intel Core i7-3517U (Ultra Low Power) or a Core i5-3317U (Ultra Low Power), the unit sports a light ( 3.54 lbs) and thin (0.71”) body made of aluminum and magnesium, a 13″ (1366 x 768) LED display, 4 GB to 8GB DDR3-1333MHz, and a bunch of ports including Ethernet RJ-45, HDMI out, one USB 2.0, one USB 3.0 (charging), VGA, memory stick and SD card slots. It comes with an optional Solid State Drive or Hybrid drive, offers the usual Intel  technology for fast boot and gets an estimated battery life of 7 hours  and 30 minutes.

The VAIO T 13-inch will be available in silver in June at a starting price of $799.

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